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ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF SALAMIS

Selected finds from the Mycenaean acropolis (Ajax's capital) at Kanakia and the Cave Euripides and Sanctuary of Dionysus at Peristeria are on display in the Archaeological Museum of Salamis.


Mycenaean acropolis (Ajax ' s capital)


Neolithic finds from the Cave of Euripides (left) - Hellenistic finds from the Sanctuary of Dionysus (middle) - Frankish finds from the Cave of Euripides (right)


Cave of Euripides: Neolithic finds


Cave of Euripides: Neolithic finds (right) - Mycenaean finds (middle) - Hellenistic and Roman finds (left)

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Cave of Euripides: Classical and Roman finds


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